The latest developments in workplace health and safety will be highlighted at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health’s (IOSH) annual conference.
Dozens of speakers from various industries have been lined up to address the hundreds of senior professionals who will be attending the event.
Staged at the ExCel London on June 21 and 22, the conference has been described as one of the most important events on the safety and health calendar.
This year’s event is to focus on how the leadership of firms and organisations can influence and sustain positive changes in the field.
‘Event will stimulate debate’
Meanwhile, IOSH 2016’s 500-plus delegates will have a chance to find out about the latest innovations and what other companies are doing to improve occupational safety and health.
Chaired by broadcast journalist Tanya Beckett, the event is to be opened by IOSH president Dr Karen McDonnell with Sir Clive Woodward – the man who coached England’s rugby union team to World Cup victory in 2003 – lined up as one of its keynote speakers.
John Green, director of health, safety and environment at Laing O’Rourke, says the event will stimulate debate, give delegates a chance to air their views on current issues and enable knowledge to be shared.
Staged alongside the conference, the Safety & Health Expo – which runs from June 21-23 – will include a range of workshops and stalls featuring new products and services.
Date Published: May 24, 2016
Author: Jonathan Brown